Skip to main content

About your Search

20121001
20121031
STATION
CSPAN2 6
CNNW 4
CSPAN 4
CNN 3
KGO (ABC) 3
KNTV (NBC) 3
MSNBC 3
MSNBCW 3
SFGTV 3
CNBC 2
WJLA (ABC) 2
WUSA (CBS) 2
FBC 1
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 49
Search Results 0 to 48 of about 49 (some duplicates have been removed)
feet into a well in midland, texas. it took rescue workers 58 hours to free baby jessica, from the eight-inch wide well cassing.. baby jessica is now known as jessica mclure morales. she's married now with two children of her own. she still lives in midland texas. just a few miles away from the site of the 19-87 rescue. last year, she received an 800- thousand dollar trust-fund when she turned 25. just ahead the nation-wide meningitis outbreak is linked to two more drugs. and, still to come this midday. the american dental association weighs in on halloween and how much candy is too much. a speed bump! [ wife ] a beached whale! lawn clippings! a mattress. a sausage link. mermaid. honey!? driftwood. come on, you gotta help us out here a little. [ male announcer ] febreze eliminates odors and leaves carpets fresh. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] febreze. eliminates odors and leaves carpets fresh. ♪ ♪ more drugs from the pharmacy already link to a fatal outbreak are under investigation. the meningitis outbreak from a steroid for back pain has left more than 200
. attendance is percent instruction time. at every elementary, midland level there is slight increase in the instructional time showing more students are attending. suspension rates have been going down thanks to our efforts in restorative practices, and you can see it moved from 7.4 percent down to 7.2 percent. the designation rates with all of the efforts with the department in having students get redesignated when they are eligible for redesignation you see a rapid increase when the last two years we have actually doubled our rate. on the other federal measures -- one is definitely the amao which is annual measurable achievement objectives so on the english language development test we saw movement of 64% of the english learner students demonstrated growth. on the california high school exit exam we saw 84% of grade ten students passing one or both sections. last but not the least were the satisfaction surveys. i wish we could show you the satisfaction surveys r
in texas in the 1890s, and he turned it into the most successful small railroad, the texas midland railroad, in the state, and then he did a number of things like going back to new bedford, built a brand new house on the family property, and turned that into a center for radio technology and meteorology, gave it to the united states government during world war ii, and so he was dn he had one of the greatest collection of coins and stamps. he really made a mark for himself. yeah? >> one of the things that strikes me about the guilded age and the wealth is that there were a lot of wealthy people who believed in giving back to society like app drew carnegie. did she donate money to public service? >> she never did it publicly. she would dismiss any suggestion that she had, but then her son said and others had said, that there were -- there were plenty of places she gave to or people she gave to. she never wanted it known. she felt she was hounded for her money, constantly getting letters besieging her. she tried to keep it as quiet as possible, and there's no proof. there's no proof. because o
, seeing moderate rain. look at this. we're seeing some of that from midland the heavier rains. out towards dicker son, another pocket of heavy rain. this is all kind of spinning underneath the area of low pressure that was once sandy. myersville all down through brunswick some of these rain showers very heavy into southern jefferson county. winds are gusty but not as gusty as yesterday. almost 30 mile an hour gusts here in dc and dover, sales berry it will. we have the highest gusts to our northwest now. 30 plus for the gusts as we get into the afternoon. winchester 39. you're going to need a winter coat today, something to keep you dry and warm with temperatures in the low to mid 40s. average is still 64 for late october. we don't come close to that. windchills, i know that's crazy windchills, feeling like 30 in winchester and 30 in oakland. again, this is too early, this will melt off. that melt off is going to be a big problem from that along with the local 11 to 12 s of -- inches of rain we had. 44 right now . you probably saw the rain drops hit on the glass there. south western wind a
looking for them. we're looking at that. midland beach, one of the areas hit the hardest, and as of several hours ago, still doing rescues from midland beach. curtis high school, just at curtis, they do need food, we're trying to get them an election television to help hook up their generator, because they are in the dark, working off flashlights. picked up food. delivering that to them with about a half an hour, they'll are have some hot food. i'm working the phone, biggest problem? communication. it's one of the reasons i'm in brooklyn right now. the cell phone towers, some of them must have went down, we're having trouble getting people on cell phones and the home foam is not on without power. and we're having big communication issues. >> thank you for taking the time. and i know that experience going out to breezy point, cell phone in and out and intermittent and what you can imagine, the life on city streets when no power, impossible for traffic to move, and traffic becomes snarled and making difficult for emergency responders to get to neighborhoods in dire need. >>
somewhere and their family is still looking for them, so we're looking at that. midland beach is one of the areas that got hit hardest and as of several hours ago, still doing rescues from midland beach. curtis high school, i was just at curtis, they do need some food. we're trying to get them an electrician to help hook up their generator, because they're in the dark, working off flashlights. so i just picked up some food, i'm going to be delivering that. within a half hour, they'll have some hot food. but i'm working the phones. the problem -- biggest problem i'm having is communications. the -- it's one of the reasons i'm in brooklyn right now. the cell phone towers, some of them must have gone down, because we're having trouble getting anyone on their cell phone. and obviously the home phones without power are not on. so it's a big communications issue and that's why we've been having some trouble getting an electrician to hook up their generator. >> all right. thank you very much for taking the time. and we experienced that today going out to breezy point where deb feyerick was,
climb in the mid 70s midland, 74. cooler, 56 in fremont. and 79 santa rosa. 69, santa cruz. the coast, sea breeze is turning stronger. and eventually leading to some cooling temperatures around santa rosa. look at livermore, down to 62. strong southwest wind picking up. southwest wind, gusty winds around oakland and novato. some of the weather headlines now. next 36 hours, increasing clouds tomorrow. increasing winds southeast at the cold front offshore and the main event of the rain arrives late tomorrow night and monday morning commute. rain changing to showers monday afternoon. as that colder air arrives, dropping down snow levels to 6,000 feet and increasing the chances of convictive showers and thunder showers in a few spots on tuesday. right now things are still calm but that's about to change as the jet stream now starts to drop into california. the complete opposite pattern we had two days ago, 80s and 90s. now the jet stream pattern buckles in central california, this is going to open up the door for the first system and a couple more as we go through the week. again, increas
. >>> into the weather forecast, there's a very small area for severe weather including midland, texas, toward the mexican board. lubbock could get some thunderstorms and then this warming trend through the east coast. washington, d.c., 77 by monday and nashville, 83. that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> this weather report has been brought to you by devry university. dan and sharyn. >>> another story about a zookeeper fighting for her life after being crushed by an elephant. her heart actually stopped beating for a while. it's another reminder even the most experienced animal trainers are putting themselves at risk. john schriffen is here with more. >> this horrific accident happened when the experienced trainer was inside the elephant barn. in recent months, we have seen more and more vicious attacks on animal handlers. seen here as a young calf in 2010, this mraufl pachyderm is now an adolescent. >> the elephant pinned her up against one of the fence's poles. >> the 40-year-old was in the process of trying to show the elephants how to bathe when mr. shuffles
midland railroad, in the state. then he did a number about things. he went back to new bedford to build a brand new house on the family property and turned it into a center for radio technology and meteorology. gave it to the united states government during world war ii. and, so he was, he had the, is one of the greatest collection of coins and stamps. so he really made a mark to himself. yeah? >> [inaudible]. one of the things that strikes me about the guilded age and the wealth were a lot of wealthy people who believed in give back to society, particularly someone like andrew carnegie. did she donate any of her money to public service >> she never did it publicly and dismissed that she had. her son shade there were plenty of people she gave to. she never wanted it known. she was hounded for her money. she was constantly getting letters beseeching her for money. yeah, so she tried to keep it as quiet as possible. there is no proof, there is no proof. because other people said it at the time, she had a very close friend whose name is ann leery who lived in the neighborhood her who was a
midlands of the country. >> greta: i think if i were to say what i like best that governor romney did tonight it wasn't until the very end when he looks into the camera and he says to the american people something i will work with you. and i think, you know, with all the sort of problems that the american people have had with washington, i thought that was effective. anyway, pat, we have got to go. thank you. >> um-huh. >> greta: be sure to join us again at midnight for a special hour of "on the record." carl rove and political panel will be here plus more. we will see you at midnight. right now back to you, bret. >> bret: all right, greta, thanks. see you then. >> megyn: when we come back, charles krauthammer joins us live with his thoughts. don't go away live here in boca raton, florida. ♪ (sirens) (train horn) ♪ >>. >> the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he
in the west midlands over the past 12 months? and congratulate them on their performance which is down 31%, down 29% in my area. does the fall in crime show police reform is working? >> i think my honorable friend biggs important point. we've seen not just recorded crime fall by 60% from but also the crime survey showing crime falling by 6%. this is at a time where making difficult decisions about police funding but that combination of police reform, the changes we're making and tougher approach to criminal justice is seeing crime falling and public satisfaction with the police going up. >> last year, mr. speaker, the prime minister told a house that there was no reason why front-line police officer numbers need to go down. yet my constituency are telling me they're seeing fewer police on our streets. isn't the real truth, prime minister competitor 6800 fewer police officers since he came to power? >> what is happening is the number of neighborhood police officers has gone up by 2360 cents 2010. >> sir peter bell and. >> -- sir peter bone. >> last week planning commission was granted for
into the low 80's mid upper 80's midland midweek next week and quite summer like pleasant all through the week. not too late to win 49,000 dollars from abc 7. these people want the chance. benecia and walnut creek and san jose all entered the sweepstakes through the facebook page. winner announced right after the 49ers game here on the news next thursday october 18. you can enter too. just go to the our facebook and click the win 4 49,000 dollar button take you to the on line form where you enter the details for a chance to win 49,000 dollars. how exciting sthaichlt really exciting. can't wait to see who wins. dan e is eligible. dan a unfortunately not. >> spencer no way. >> still to come tonight. what a story we have. the boy with the big heart and big finish thanks to some help from a few good men. stay with us. 7 news at 9:00 continues right news at 9:00 continues right here in then don't miss sleep train's wbest rest event.st ever? you'll find sleep train's very best mattresses at the guaranteed lowest price. plus, pay no interest for 3 years on beautyrest black, stearns & fos
. the weather forecast. there's a small area for severe weather. midland, texas, all around to the mexican border. lubbock may get some thunderstorms, but not all that severe. this warming trend through the east coast, washingt >> this weather report has been brought to you by dedevry university. dan and sharyn. >> all right, thanks, ginger. >>> but first we're going to get into another story about a zookeeper fighting for her life after being crushed by an elephant. her heart actually stopped beating for a while. minutes after she was pinned against a fence/pole after a training session. it's another reminder even the most experienced animal trainers are putting themselves at risk. abc's john schriffen is here with the story. >> reporter: sharyn, this horrific accident happened when the experienced trainer was inside the elephant barn in plain view to the public. it's not clear what triggered the elephant. but what we do know is that in recent months, we have seen more and more vicious attacks on animal handlers. seen here as a young calf in 2010, this playful pachyderm known as mr. shuff
, but he was in midland, texas. he was back for that evening for it this event with dick cheney and glen beck. a man who is a sensation on the internet where he sells pants now. paul ryan has this week also been in georgia at two separate fundraisers in south carolina and today he was in huntsville, alabama. i think we have photos of him arriving in huntsville, alabama. tickets were up to $5,000 a pop. but that's in alabama. i mean, the election is a week from tuesday and you're in alabama? is alabama swinging this year? this is not swing state travel. it's not preaching to the choir. it's like preaching to the mirror at this point. on the democratic ticket, the vice president has a different role to play than the president does. it is underappreciated what joe biden is doing for the democratic ticket right now, but we have footage which may help to clear up confusion on this subject. that's our exclusive that we have for you tonight. and that's ahead. stay with us. >>> just before halloween last when you take a closer look... ...at the best schools in the world... ...you see they all ha
including midland, texas, all the way down toward the mexican border. lubbock could get some >> gd morning, washington. fall at its finest today. tomorrow is even milder. that pattern of >> this weather report has been brought to you by devry university. dan and sharyn. >> all right, thanks ginger. >>> but first, another story about a zookeeper fighting for her life after being crushed by an elephant. her heart actually stopped beating for a while. minutes after she was pinned to a pole after a training session. it's another reminder even the most experienced animal trainers are putting themselves at risk. john schriffen is here with more. >> sharyn, this horrific accident happened when the experienced trainer was inside the elephant barn. in plain view to the public. it's not clear what triggered the elephant. but in recent months, we have seen more and more vicious attacks on animal handlers. seen here as a young calf in 2010, this playful pachyderm is now a three-on the adolescent. he's responsible for nearly crushing his trainer to death. >> the elephant pinned her up against one of th
minutes. if you're going out 66, going down 234 or headed down 15 west of midland, you've got some pretty heavy weather, slow going but not severe. temperatures accident 61 laytonsville, 62 great -- temperatures, 61 laytonsville, great falls and reston. 66 downtown and in college park. it is just rolling through the district right as we speak. drying out quickly, some wet spots, though, for the evening commute. a little cooler tomorrow, but nothing crazy cool. grab your shades tomorrow, milder wednesday. tonight breezy with showers and storms ending early, then clearing and filed, 44 to 52, wind northwest 10 to 15. want to walk your dog after dinner, showers should be gone. by morning mostly sunny, cool, maybe a light jacket, 40s and 50s, that not windy. by afternoon mostly sunny, cooler, but nice, high temps around 65 and winds out of the northwest at about 10, a very nice day tomorrow. so the zone forecast, well, 50 in oakland tomorrow, 58 cumberland, sunshine from the mountains to the coast, 60 in hagerstown, 62 winchester, warm spot culpeper 66, 64 warrenton, manassas, leesburg, fairf
a tremendous appeal, especially in the industrial midlands of the country. >> greta: i think if i were to say what i like best that governor romney did tonight it wasn't until the very end when he looks into the camera and he says to the american people something i will work with you. and i think, you know, with all the sort of problems that the american people have had with washington, i thought that was effective. anyway, pat, we have got to go. thank you. >> um-huh. >> greta: be sure to join us again at midnight for a special hour of "on the record." carl rove and political panel will be here plus more. we will see you at midnight. right now back to you, bret. >> bret: all right, greta, thanks. see you then. >> megyn: when we come back, charles krauthammer joins us live with his thoughts. don't go away live here in boca raton, florida. everyone has goals. take the steps to reach yours, with us with real advice, for real goals. the us bank wealth management advisor can help you. every step of the way. from big steps, to little steps. since 1863 we've helped guide our clients, so they can ta
ryan was in midland, texas. then he left texas only to be beamed back to texas by satellite that evening for this event. for an event with former vice president dick cheney, and glenn beck. a man who is apparently a sensation on the internet now. where he sells pants. he sells glenn beck pants now. paul ryan has this week also been in georgia at two separate fundraisers in south carolina and today he was in huntsville, alabama. i think we have photos of him arriving in huntsville, alabama. today for a fund-raiser. tickets were up to $5,000 a pop. but that's in alabama. i mean, the election is a week from tuesday and you're in alabama? is alabama swinging this year? this is not swing state travel. all that unswing state travel and it's not preaching to the choir, it's like preaching to the mirror at this point. on the democratic ticket, the vice president has a different role to play than the president does. it is underappreciated what joe biden is doing for the democratic ticket right now, but we have some incredible footage for you that has not been seen anywhere else, whic
. the trey mine midland england background. let's say the price of crude is $89 a barrel. that is the. stocks up and oil up. that is interesting. ronny won. here's my take. here is my cake. ronny won. he won on debating style and demeanor and even won on looking presidential. here is my take on another aspect of his victory. he won the policy debate for the future of the country. that is the most important item of all. romney forced president obama to face his dismal record on the economy and expose the failed leftist policies that put our prosperity at risk. endlessly the president returned to his tax the rich seem. the grim reality of the last four years is a result of his all government all the time administration. he lost the policy debate. better yet more than that romney won it. after the first half-hour it was obvious where he wants our economy to go and how to get there. he clearly laid out the case for tax reform. he told america in straightforward terms how tax reform let's as grow and create jobs. he beat back the canard about raising taxes on the middle class and went on to win th
weather threat today, from midland to dodge city there. that's where the threat for tornadoes, large hail and, of course, the damaging winds will be. tomorrow, it's flying east. and weekend "gma," i'll have the details tomorrow morning. that includes chicago and minneapolis tomorrow. severe weather, moving across the country. that's what i'll l >> wow. wait until you get out here, sam. quite the excited crowd this morning. let's head back in. you have the morning menu, buddy. >> we'll have the updates on weekend "gma." >>> here's a look at what's ahead on the "gma morning menu" on friday. jennifer aniston, everyone, revealing the secret behind her famous hair, with a little help from science. >>> is your handbag killing you, ladies? it's our "gma" purse intervention. >>> unbelievable "deals and steals" for our viewers. we're going to show you what's in the box, coming up here, live from times square. we saw that last tide commercial with the parents and the cute little baby triplets... well wait until your triplets move back home after college. we were enjoying our empty nest. and now it'
with cross border m&a, archer daniels midland has confirmed it bought a 10% stake in grain corp. adm says it's also seeking talks on a takeover that will give america'sing a gra business a stronger supply base to asia. they have until next tuesday to study the proposal. and china's direct foreign investment slipped again in september. extending the longest run of declines. and for the first nine months of the year, fde strank to roughly $83.5 billion. there were positive bits of news. china remains on course to meet its targets. outbound rose almost 29% year on year. joining us now for more is managing director and head of research at reorient financial markets. is it around the positive today as it was in the past is th. >> not by any means. k45 china is becoming a normal large economy. when there is m akdnd&a cross b across into united states and japan, they're asking themselves was there a good investment to make by softbank in sprint nextel and i think in china, the same thing is happening. our company is very much involved in these foreign invegsmentes in china and many of these foreign
government, and during the boom years, for instance, in the west midlands there were no net new private sector jobs. he's dealing with the big issues. what a pity that all he can do is stand up and try and read out a quote. >> ed milliband. >> mr. speaker, he says the report is on the right track, goodness knows what he would have said if it was on the wrong track. business has no confidence in him, and deregulation -- his chosen approach -- is not the answer. now, let me turn to a specific area of the report, recommendation 61 which i'm sure he's familiar with. [laughter] he says, and i quote: the government needs to set out a definitive and unambiguous energy policy. [laughter] this is, obviously, mr. speaker, an appropriate day to be considering this recommendation on energy after the last 20 -- it's good to see the business secretary down the bench, by the way. i'm sorry that growth committee that he's on is so unmemorable that he can't remember it. this is an appropriate day to be considering this recommendation. so his energy -- i'm rather enjoying this, mr. speaker. his energy se
nancy in midland, texas, supporting romney. you are on the air. caller: thank you so much. i have enjoyed listening to all of these debates, but i do want to say to the person that was talking about are questions not being answered, we have to remember that they have to respond to the questions that are put to them. we would like to put questions to them, but we do not get to do that. secondly, i want to say that i fully believe that romney has stated numerous times on what he plans to do. everyone keeps saying he is not saying what he wants to do, but he has. i believe that he has. third, i want to say that i fully believe that we are still one nation under god, indivisible, and i believe that as christians we need to get out there and vote if we do not want the changes that are coming up on america. host: nancy from midland, taxes. another look at twitter. democratic line supporting obama, denise in florida. hello. caller: and calling in in response to third-party voters. i listened to the debate and one thing that really caught my attention was the candidate who mention free ed
grandfather was from yugoslavia and worked as a school principal 30 years in midland pennsylvania. so i know the area. the autoworkers are very proud. i have relatives who retired after 30 years from the autoworkers. so i have steel workers as well in my family and labor. my father drove a semi for the steel mills 28 years in midland, pennsylvania. president obama has worked very hard getting the student loan rates down. representative levin said the republicans cut down talks completely on jobs and wanting to cut the education credit. the president signed the "dream act," and hundreds of thousands of students are able to get their education. i am educated. i put my son through law school. it is his birthday today on columbus day, october 8. we moved to california when i was 8 years old. my mother remarried and my stepfather was a marine at camp pendleton and coronado. host: thank you for the call. guest: everything she said, i disagree with. disagree with. she did talk about lowering the cost of education for kids getting into college. that is significant. she also talked about the blue par
as a school principal 30 years in midland pennsylvania. so i know the area. the autoworkers are very proud. i have relatives who retired after 30 years from the autoworkers. so i have steel workers as well in my family and labor. my father drove a semi for the steel mills 28 years in midland, pennsylvania. president obama has worked very hard getting the student loan rates down. representative levin said the republicans cut down talks completely on jobs and wanting to cut the education credit. the president signed the "dream act," and hundreds of thousands of students are able to get their education. i am educated. i put my son through law school. it is his birthday today on columbus day, october 8. we moved to california when i was 8 years old. my mother remarried and my stepfather was a marine at camp pendleton and coronado. host: thank you for the call. guest: everything she said, i disagree with. she did talk about lowering the cost of education for kids getting into college. that is significant. she also talked about the blue part of the state that has really struggled. over the last 30
makes archer daniels midland and those companies very happy. it enables them -- it is basically corporate welfare. >> right. because it guarantees food stocks in a lot of what you can get with those which is why they try to limit them by the way is stuff that's bought here. corn products and the like. the list of what you're able to buy with food stamps has been narrowed to make it stuff that we can get you know, very easily. >> stephanie: brent, are you calling -- >> he's calling from space. >> stephanie: are you calling from a wind tunnel? >> caller: oh, probably. >> stephanie: 46 minutes after the hour. right back with the remaining moments of hump days with hal on "the stephanie miller show." >> the place where dreams come true. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >>now that's politically direct. i can't stand these spots. those spots are actually leftover food and detergent residue that can redeposit on you
in my family and labor. my father drove a semi for the steel mills 28 years in midland, pennsylvania. president obama has worked very hard getting the student loan rates down. said thetative 1leviin republicans cut down talks completely on jobs and wanting to cut the education credit. the president signed the "dream act," and hundreds of thousands of students are able to get their education. i am educated. i put my son through law school. it is his birthday today on columbus day, october 8. we moved to california when i was 8 years old. my mother remarried and my stepfather was a marine at camp pendleton and coronado. host: thank you for the call. guest: everything she said, i disagree with. she did talk about lowering the cost of education for kids getting into college. that is significant. she also talked about the blue part of the state that has really struggled. over the last 30 or 35 years. it's now starting to come back with a gas and oil industry, making sure that it is safe, with the steel industry, it's starting to come back. and certainly with the automotive industry. we ha
will put us back into the 80s and 90s midland by mid-week. >> and we have to give a 50 fabulous shoutout to you. where are you from? >> california. >> and your favorite football team is? >> california panthers. >> the green bay packers taking on the houston texans in houston as we get into sunday. a few showers and thunderstorms. we'll watch the radar for this one. temperatures about 77 to 81 for the kickoff. you always check out that forecast, your local weather any time on weather.com. lester and tamron, back to you. >> thanks very much. >>> still to come, my conversation with the stars of "the carol burnett show." a look back at the show that made us laugh for so many years. >>> and talk about an inspirational story. a young try athleathlete's prosg breaks, but a marine was there to save the day. [ female announcer ] there's surprising news about whole grain. now all general mills big g kid cereals have more whole grain than any other ingredient in cereals like lucky charms and cinnamon toast crunch, the delicious way to help them grow up strong. gives you a 50% annual bonus. and ever
. >> newer a no win situation. >> i'm losing. and the's only 6:03. >> how about archer daniels midland is bidding for grain corp. >> according to who? >> not deal book. i'm not going to attribute this to anyone. i just know this one. according to me. the deal comes at the time of consolidation in the global grain sector. you know, australia is considered a coveted market due to its stable policy are a fweem and its good licks to asia. and then nissan is recalling certainly models for 2012 and 2013 altima. have you ever gotten an altima with the ron day rental? >> no. >> when you drive to pilates or something? >> i drove a gmc aurora or something. >> why? >> i went to sesame place yesterday. >> and you rented a zip car to do that? >> no, national alamo. >> you know what, i'm glad you went because we're going to shut that whole place down. sesame, done, finished. didn't see it coming. >> henry loved it. max was a little scared of big bird, thenhenry loved it. it was something. >> no kidding. >> one heck of a sunday. >> that's so funny you have to rent a car to -- >> it's a block away, so
for today. pick city of the day, midland, texas. news west 9, sunny, mild, 78 degrees. we look today for showers and thunderstorms, especially down through the southeast. we've got a little mix of rain and snow back through minneapolis. look at that. we are talking about a big low pressure system spinning around, going to cause some problems. let's see underneath the clouds and radar we go. show you we're looking at a risk of strong storms. expect to see along the mid-atlantic states, we've got partly sunny skies, showers and thunderstorms back through the west. and we're expecting plenty of sunshine here in the northeast. but rain comes later today. >> good morning. it will be breezy and mild this afternoon. a mixture of sun and clouds. it should stay dry bank during the day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right. >>> well, as you said, there's unclaimed property for our friend matt in west virginia. this is from where he started his television career in 1979. any excuse to show this video. >> yeah, that's great. >> as matt went on to bigger things, he apparently left some
the hospital, and all the way past to midland beach, everything was flooded. i have been hearing the rumors that's been over 20 something victims found already, nothing is confirmed. these are the photos around my neighborhood. these are the photos of the area around. >> the water, up close, is it really filthy? >> it's deep, and it stupgs because it's mixed with storage. these are the troops, don't know if they are marines or what are they, but the army troops that were trying to help people around. >> what are your neighbors saying to you? >> well, everybody is trying to help each other. everybody is just talking about their own family members, some of the people -- in this picture that you just showed were two people trying to get ahold of their relatives. in a few houses, they were still in the water from yesterday. . my neighbors are -- everybody is just trying to help each other. all of the basements are filled up with water. some people's first floor as well filled up with water. today i have been to my cousin's house, it is full of water and stinks with gas, and we're trying to put
city of the day, midland, texas news west 9, sunny, mild, 78 degrees. we look today for showers and thunderstorms especially down through the southeast. we have a little mix of rain and snow back through minneapolis. look at that. we are talking about a big low pressure system spinning around. let's see under the clouds and radar we go. we are looking at a risk of strong storms. expect to see the mid-atlantic states, partly sunny skies, showers and thunderstorms through the west. we are expecting plenty of sunshine here in the northeast. rain comes later today. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. breezy and chilly around the region this morning. winds gusting 10 to 15 miles per hour. it feels chillier than the temperatures. we are in the low to mid-50s around the metro area. later today, low 70s. we'll have increasing clouds. yes, the possibility of perhaps showers and thunder showers this evening. some thunder showers >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right. >>> well, as you said, there's unclaim
daniels midland and that was made into a movie with matt damon in 2009. he wrote conspiracy of fools, that dealt with the enron scandal land issues that broth and run down. he was a writer and didn't -- investigative reporter for the new york times and later with the business magazine portfolio. he is a renaissance man when it comes to subject matter, he has done investigative reporting on such diverse topics as the clinton pardons, the wall street scandal, child pornography and exploitation on the internet. today we talk about his new book "500 days," which is a book that essentially begins at or about 911 and concludes as we commence the war in iraq. please welcome kurt eichenwald. >> thank you. >> the first question is why this book, particularly given the amount of time that has intervened between the commencement and the iraq war and numerous books that have dealt with it? >> the biggest reason is i have never been one to believe that you get the right history from newspapers or magazines or even the first takes. the top book on the bestseller list is about abe lincoln and he ha
Search Results 0 to 48 of about 49 (some duplicates have been removed)